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about energy, for instance. a lot of young people are starting green energy and alternative energy companies. we believe that you can do it through technology. all these ways that are very powerful. they're just not seen. they're not seen by everyone else. i think that is part of the challenge that we face. people say we're apathetic and lazy because the activism is not in your face and not out there. >> host: i'm sure they're true but they're also the activism is lazy because wait so easy. you october go online and sign an online petition or tweet something and that it counted as activism. >> guest: i think that idea has been overplayed, that somehow people in this generation feel they press a button and tweet and they think they changed the world. i don't know anyone who felt this way. what is happening now is there's greater awareness and accessible towards involvement in social activity. and that's a good thing. there are more people who are having some level of access to that process than not, and the hope is that for some of those people, in the long term, that will develop i
a business that changes the way the world is thinking about thinking about energy friends since. a lot of young people who are starting green and alternative energy companies. we believe we can do through technology in all these ways that are very powerful. they are just not seen. rather they are not seen by everyone else so i think that's part of the challenge that we face. people say we are apathetic and lazy because the activism is not as in-your-face and out there. >> host: i'm sure that is true but there is also this conceived that it's so easy. you can go on line and sign an on line petition or you can tweet something in that counts is that it is in today. is that affair could treat? >> guest: i think that idea has actually been pretty overplayed that somehow people in this generation feel impressed by a tweet and they have changed the world. i don't know anyone who has felt that way. what is happening now is there's greater awareness and accessibility towards political involvement and the involvement in social activity and that is a good thing. you know there are more people who
of rockies right, a heavy amount of snow that transfers its energy to a coastal storm. st. louis ten days ago it was 74. they have more snow on the ground than all winter long. 9 inches and 2 more to go and advisories and warnings in effect there, and then you get up to areas around champaign, illinois, indianapolis 6 to 10, going to get a little bit of a break. mainly thunderstorms to the south. bowling green, kentucky, large hail. this bright banding that you see here is going to change over to sleet and then snow. columbus you're looking at at least 6 to 10 inches. your warnings continue until the afternoon. pittsburgh, 4 to 6. thousands of schools will be closed here, but as the energy gets transferred to this other one, i want to show you in the higher terrain above 1,500 feet, maybe in the panhandle of west virginia, western maryland, easily over a foot of snow, but the thousands that live in washington will most likely have to go to work again, kind of like the last storm. schools may not be closed, rainfall trying to change over, bursts of snow from time to time, but i really think ju
is the energy transformation. the other is after the first term where the president never did anything serious about trade, right now, we are on the verge of starting -- well, one started the other. we're going to start two major trade negotiations. one the transpacific negotiation. and the others we're going to start a u.s./european negotiation. this involves something like 60%, 70% of the world's economies. this is potentially a major engine if we can actually get serious about trade. that would help a lot and help compensate for some of the drag that's been introduced by the sequester in some of the other budget cuts. >> the paradigm around this conversation has been so narrow. it's either been tax increases, spending cuts, to haas' point, might not immediately approve it. it might be more environmentally dangerous transporting it by freight and by ship to approve that natural gas exports. the energy department has said we'll not have negative impact on u.s. manufacturing growth, particularly in the middle of the country. do it now. and finally, stop talking only about it in these terms. th
. i just want to make sure that we don't waste a lot of time and energy. >> jon: don't you care? don't ya care about dead americans? don't ya? let me finish don't ya care? don't ya? what was the mantra then was it everyone responsible from the iraq debacle from the faulty intelligence to 50 tons of mustard gas on a turkey farm to colin powell and his vile of confectioners anthrax that they all must be held accountable was was this? >> every intelligence agency in the world believed saddam hussein had weapons of mass destruction. thing goes bad in wars. mistakes happen. when things go bad, things go bad. the war of mismanaged. we are where we are now. mistakes have been made. they've been well chronicled in covert to and fiasco. >> jon: a lot of books fiasco, (bleep) brain adventure. there was that book "boy where we wrong." there was "fist shades of wrong." that was book "oops based on the novel wrong by sapphire. oh, yeah the five people you meet in heaven who knew you were wrong. i get it things go bad. we are where we are. the only thing that wol make this worse would be if not on
the back of the taxpayers. they make an energy they like. we like green energy so we'll take it from the taxpayers and give it to the rich. the third point, if i could make it, this is passed because of some lookbyist somewhere. you can get what you want if you're connected enough. this is a specific law and tailored to jimmy fallon. >> bob: they are building a studio for tax revenue. you pay revenue and you have to hire people that hire people to build it. >> dana: it evens out. >> eric: here is what they estimate the "tonight show" expense , production expenses. $80 million. they get 30% cut off that number. in the form of credit, right, $24 million is going go to them, whether they owe taxes or not. the revenue last year was $150 million or so. if you take the number as $8 or $9 million in tax liability, $24 million in tax credit, we pay them $19 million in refund. >> dana: why do they think it's a good idea? why would new york want it? >> eric: we called cuomo's office this afternoon. >> andrea: they favor the hollywood film industry. if you look at the money that new york spends
their energy whether donations are going to washington so you see an explosion of support for the campaign that sclc was not prepared to do with. the often did things by the seat of their pants and it worked out but they add as a major campaign to bring thousands of people to washington d.c. building the encampment on the national mall to house those people and run a small city all while trying to mourn the death of their friend and a leader. it becomes obvious how difficult this will be as the campaign moves forward. and a series of caravans' brings people across the country from the pacific northwest and southwest and the south to bring folks across the country to washington to descend on congress and did ministration to say you need to take property seriously. here is example number one probably the most famous caravan that brought people to d.c. a classic symbol of southern poverty of black-and-white sharecropping. one of the rallies that happens later but what is interesting is while this is the most important symbols of the pork people's campaign, it is misleading because it reinforc
our domestic demand. today new technologies have enabled us to access previously inaccessible energy resources, and almost overnight america's energy resource picture flipped from deficit to surplus. in the past five years we've become stronger as a nation through the developed of these god-given resources. as a result we are more competitive. from low income to the high tax brackets, everyone is benefiting. the future's bright but only if we educate the half truths and begin telling the real story of america's natural gas revolution. the stories about technology, private sector innovation, investment, financial risk, thousands of new jobs, new competition, new growth, a growing and better standard of living for more americans, lower energy costs, new industries, a revitalized energy sector, more jobs, more growth, energy security and optimism. this is the story of america's natural gas revolution. i yield back. the speaker pro tempore: the entleman's time has expired. for what purpose does the gentlelady from illinois seek recognition? >> i ask unanimous consent to address the house
energy here for decades. we need to protect their environment. we have a strict quarantine system to protect the integrity of the environment. forty years on, it's still a class-a nature reserve. it's our job to look after them. ...it's my job to look after it. ♪ ...it's my job to look after it. you're o♪ ♪meout leo! some things won't last 25 years. ah! woof. some things will. save up to 20% on an ikea kitchen. >> it's sort of a hoax that you would take the money and repeal the bill so no benefits but we'll keep the savings. >> how are democrats and republicans ever going to agree on a budget? is it even possible? former speaker of the house, newt is here. good to see you here. she's called it a hoax. i am sure republicans have said similar things about democratic proposals. but how is this ever going to be resolved? >> it may want be in the short run. i think have you to give paul ryan a lot of credit for an enormous amount of work. so much work that he got the senate democrats to bring up a budget for the first time in almost four years. but i think you are in a period wh
. but of course i have the energy saving lightbulbs. the energy saver lippold saves as much electricity -- saves as much carbon in a year is moving to a walkable neighborhood space in a week. so the whole gadget discussion, what can i buy this around discussion. where can i live and how can i live to contribute less than the answers the city. this is fundamentally the opposite of the american eight.us. from jefferson on. cities are the morals, health and freedom of man. if they pile up pile upon ourselves as they do in europe, we shall take to eating one another as they do there. i was jefferson. i continue to make sense back in the 1700s but we have the country to spread out in the biggest transportation was fertilizer. that's not the case now. so all three of these are longer discussion. but they are all national crises. it's only going to get tougher. a national health crisis which is bankrupt and if any prebuilt to clear a couple weeks ago, global warming is beginning to think systematically. now we're talking about mitigating it. thus we have the better off we are in the more we become an u
down the middle of pure michigan. your trip begins at michigan.org. it fills you with energy... and it gives you what you are looking for to live a more natural life. in a convenient two bar pack. this is nature valley. nature at its most delicious. >>> to politics now where senator dianne feinstein is frustrated over the assault weapons ban. now, the ban won't be part of a democratic gun bill that will come to the floor next month. instead, it will be an amendment, which is a sure sign of low support and it will probably be defeated. feinstein told politico to ask harry reid why the decision was made. >>> tomorrow colorado's governor is expected to sign tough new gun legislation, including expanded background checks and limits on ammunition clips. meantime, on the immigration front, republican senator rand paul is endorsing a path to citizenship. in a speech this morning he said, quote, if you wish to live and work in america, then we will find a place for you. >>> the producers of the mini series "the bible" are pushing back after countless comparisons are being made betwee
developing energy here for decades. we need to protect their environment. we have a strict quarantine system to protect the integrity of the environment. forty years on, it's still a class-a nature reserve. it's our job to look after them. ...it's my job to look after it. ♪ >> dan: breaking news tonight. an officer involved shooting in castro valley. here is a live picture from the scene. a man with a rifle was involved with a dispute. he threatened to shoot sheriff's deputies when they came to the scene. he was hiding in the bushes popping up to aim at the deputies apparently. he was shot and taken to the hospital with possibly life-threatening injuries. we will keep you updated here on our website and at abc7news.com and also over on channel 7. >> moving on to tech news, remember blackberry, the must have cellphone list. new smart phone, the buzz about it is pretty good. jonathan bloom explains, compared to samsung's galaxy or iphone 5, blackberry may face an uphill bottle. >> beneath his coat. director is hiding something that is not so stylish. >> i have a blackberry. it's a little bit
in the world foundation challenge and san francisco was awarded a $30,000 granted to promote renewable energy. it is 8:17 and natural lights are on. sun is up. >> lisa: it's beautiful. you can see for miles and miles. we have a little fog at our coast earlier. live doppler 7-hd, precip for the next couple of days but that could be changing as we go into the up coming workweek. we will see weather systems drop down from the north. we will get cloudier and cooler and eventually see raindrops around here. nothing but clear out there. isn't this gorgeous with temperatures on the cool side. numbers in the 40s. we'll run through a few 40s in santa rosa. 39 in napa. with 48 in fairfield. mid 40s for livermore and hayward. you bumped up considerably. 6 degrees since the last hour. 45 in los gatos. this view shows that the coast is certainly clear, but we will have those breezy winds again. 49 san francisco, 46 in san carlos, 48 in half moon bay and 39 right now in santa cruz. spots around the bay will be chilly the next couple of hours. as we get into the afternoon that northwest wind, 15-20 miles an
with governments and across the industry so we can all produce energy more safely. i want you to know, there's another commitment bp takes just as seriously: our commitment to america. bp supports nearly two-hundred-fifty thousand jobs in communities across the country. we hired three thousand people just last year. bp invests more in america than in any other country. in fact, over the last five years, no other energy company has invested more in the us than bp. we're working to fuel america for generations to come. today, our commitment to the gulf, and to america, has never been stronger. >>> some surprising comments about same-sex marriage from one of the leading voices, a leading voice, in the republican party. joining us now to talk about that and much, much more in our strategy session, two cnn contributors, democratic strategist paul begala and anna navarro. first, guys, i want to start with these comments that really raised eyebrows over the weekend. republican separate gist conservative karl rove saying surprising stuff about same-sex marriage on abc's "this week." listen. >> karl
in the energy sector, that is, counties and metro areas that have a strong energy sector, north dakota in a secular -- particular. host: what affects publishing growth? -- population growth? guest: employment. federal grants are driven by a formula that excludes population estimates. if you are and orange counties are losing -- population, that might be problematic because grants are tied to your population estimates. not that they don't trust the census, but their numbers are closely tied to funding. you talked about publishing growth and concentration. why is that significant? it is a two-part thing. the country overall is growing slower than it was 10 years ago. the growth is more concentrated than it was. you have counties that are gaining and even fewer that are gaining a lot of people. half of the country's population last year to be accounted for the 46th largest gaining counties. populationcentrated growth, even more so than 10 years ago. it took about 63 counties to get to that 50% mark. host: beecher in greenville, kentucky. urban caller. good morning. theer: my question is f
energy cost grants programs that go to subsidize electricity bills in two states -- alaska and hawaii. alaska and hawaii. $5 million -- $5.9 million for the usda's economic impact initiative grants. now, the economic impact initiative grants have become slush funds for local governments to do such things as rehab an exercise room, renovate a museum on the pacific island of palau, and buy kitchen equipment for city government offices. now i'd like to talk a bit about defense spending. and this is probably the most painful part of my comments. and i will explain why later on. defense spending includes over $6 billion, $6 billion in unrequested or unauthorized funding for programs for the department of defense. at a time when the department of defense is facing the impact of sequestration on top of the $487 billion in cuts directed by the president, we can't afford to spend a single taxpayer dollar on programs that are not a priority for the defense department and our national security. the following things are beginning to happen now that the department of defense is under sequestration
-888-xarelto or visit goxarelto.com. >>> good morning. it is 4:30 a.m. here in energy. it is 9:30 in the morning in rome. and the spectacular view inside st. peter's basilica, the world watching the vatican again today because leaders from around the world have gathered, there are hundreds of thousands of people in st. peter's square. this will be the official inaugural mass for st. francis. we had seen him earlier today. he was out and about in the crowd. some of them who had come before dawn to wait to be here for this historic event. already this morning pope francis entered the sacristy to be clothed for this rite. he heard the sound of silver trumpets and chants of you are peter, he is the successor to the throne of peter. together with the patriarchs of eastern catholic churches. and he went to pray at the tomb of st. peter. and he's assumed the modest miter, one symbol something very different than we saw eight years ago. this will be a much simpler ceremony, something we've seen from this new pope since the first moments he was elected. let's listen inside st. peter's b
in suburbs to head to the cities. last week the energy department released a series of reports that touted a new strategy for cutting back on carbon dioxide emissions. the idea to make all federal funding conditional on adherence to the smart growth principles. let's say the federal government is thinking of funding a new school or a new highway. well, if this idea goes through, the government would say, let's look at the population densely. a high population densely we'll give you federal money. if you don't you're not going to get the money and that would start challennnelling awa from the suburbs and into the city. and redistributing the wealth from the suburbs into the city. >> megyn: this was an actual proposal put forward? >> well, a report came out called "transportation energy futures" and floated this, at this stage a trial balloon, i think you would say. but a similar proposal according to a news report, that the obama administration already decided on and that is that the obama administration for the first time is going to tell every agency in the federal government to consider
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been developing energy here for decades. we need to protect their environment. we have a strict quarantine system to protect the integrity of the environment. forty years on, it's still a class-a nature reserve. it's our job to look after them. ...it's my job to look after it. ♪ >>. >> greta: here a question for you. what do you think is more important to the american people keeping the white house open for tourists or elvis cruises? we know what the majority of the united states senate think and tom coburn. nice to see you senator. apparently, i have an amendment and it was voted down. tell me first what the amendment was. i'm going to ask you questions about it? >> what we did is eliminate a bunch of wasteful spending and transfer that money to the national park service so we can open up our major parks on time this spring and also give the park service money so that we can open up the white house. the excuse has been the white house can't be open up because secret service have been furloughed but if you look at the numbers they haven't been furloughed. so it has to do with
renewable energy. all right. no one be nervous when the lights go out for an hour this evening. weather-wise what can we expect today? >> nice and clear out there. the northerly winds pushing the fog away. we are looking for another mild to warm afternoon. as we head out to first weekend of spring, shaping up to the very seasonal. in fact, this morning with the sun coming up 7:08, we will see plenty of that. 7:25 it sets. 12 hours and 60 minutes of day light. this is the way it will stay for the next couple days but things could be changing. here's a look from the emeryville camera. you will notice it is pretty clear out there but the camera shaking in some spots. napa 48. numbers really beginning to drop with the lower due points and the clear sky. 51 out toward fairfield with 42 livermore, 43 hayward ask los gatos. and from the sutro camera, nice vantage point with the clear conditions, 49 this the city and 46 san carlos, 44 san jose and low 40s in santa cruz. so our forecast then our high lights, clear and cool this morning with a sunny and mild conditions throughout today and tomorr
. the city was awarded a $30,000 grant to promote renewable energy. of course, today we can count on solar power. the sun is going to be out? >> yes. the sun sets at 7:25. it should be another beautiful afternoon. very little in the way of cloud cover this morning but as we start you out with live doppler 7hd, free of precipitation. we will be looking at the sun coming up in less than andrew murray. 7:08 with 12 hours, 16 minutes of day light. live doppler 7hd quiet and we will see just a few high clouds in the forecast throughout the day today and the rest of your weekend. but as we go into the upcoming work week, we will see extra cloud cover. as we bow into the middle of the week, the possibility of rain comes back our way slightly. 37 in santa rosa right now. the numbers continue to drop to the north with the clear skies, the lower dewpoints. 35 degrees in napa. holding on to some of the warmth over by the delta with a bit of a breeze. low 40s from livermore, hayward and las got toes. with the sutro camera with the sky. mid-40s san carlos and 44 oakland with 49 in san francisco. so fea
around iran immediately; impede the access of the world to energy by causing incidents in the gulf which our navy can overcome, but our navy cannot prevent insurance companies from tripling, quadrupling the cost of acquiring energy. so there's an enormously negative impact on global economy immediately, particularly in asia for which neither the japanese, nor the chinese will be particularly grateful to us. but also push the europeans much more into the hands of the russians. and then every adjoining area next to iran is susceptible to local war which used to be called in the communist lexicon people's war. i once had a meeting with xiaoping in which he informed us that he's going to invade vietnam, and he wanted us to be sort of passively friendly expecting soviet reactions. he was asked what is the likely soviet reaction by the president of the united states. and he sort of breezily said, well, you know, they may do this, they may do that, they may send arms, that will take a long time because we're not going to be doing it for a long time, they may stage border incidents, we have add
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know that will give me the energy to move forward, and to hopefully make change, in our society that we need. >> michael moore, the film maker, was on my show last night and got very passionate and emotional as many of the debates on the show have been since sandy hook. he believes that the only way the american people will feel compelled to force that political powers in washington to do anything about this is to perhaps see the pictures. of the bodies of these children. and he cited the example in the race battles and in vietnam, where imagery, however horrific, has changed american public opinion. you saw not just pictures. you saw what happened there. do you think that there's any merit to that argument? do you think that if america had seen what you saw there would be any doubt about banning assault weapons? >> i think it may help. but law enforcement's position from day one has been to protect the families. and they have suffered enough. and to release some pictures like that may make them suffer more. and we have to talk about the families collectively. we just can't think of one
of acquiring energy. there is an enormously negative impact on the global economy. particularly in asia. every adjourning area next to iran is susceptible to a local war which used to be called people's war. he wanted us to be passively friendly, expecting soviet reactions. likelyasked what is the soviet reaction by the president of the united states? they may state border incidents, we have had lots of them. usn he says they may invade from mongolia where they have 22 armored divisions and strike southward towards beijing directly. he says we will use people's war, and i know what he meant. the kind of things we experienced also. people's wars do not adequately . do not end quickly. we are not going to kill all iranians. even if they do these things in the region. the protracted conflict will make this experience a bit -- make this experience of a decade ago seemed like a trifle. therefore i am worried by we are trying to buy off this pressure the president is feeling for commitments to military action against iran without fully contemplating the large scale geopolitical consequences, the aff
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technology, all energy. why don't you mix it up. teach them over the long-term horizon and bonds are the iou from the government you'll get these things back. assuming that everything is status quo in the states not like in europe in cyprus taking the money out of the banks, but honestly, in the end this is the way to do it. teach the kids young, it seems basic, but it's a reminder and we're so busy running around with their things and basketball and their friends and birthday parties and when do we sit down and say to them. the last point, is teach them that this is now. don't you want that other thing that was $200 and sure you want this thing now? why don't we save this for later and try to make them hundred that patients and waiting for something that they really want instead of now, now, know you, i want, i want. >> and the bank can the is a great lesson, you need to think about it, be intentional and get your money for your purchase. thank you. they're never too young and these kids are a lot smarter than we think. they're smarting than me sometimes. they get it. i think to give them t
with slow car been energy because already we have warned the world to a stage of climate shocks that we were headed for the 4 degrees world than it describes that it is catastrophic. the worst in porous parts affects everybody like the titanic. not just the people in steerage who survives. and that it is confusing people that we have forgotten about the people. but let me finish. i don't want to speak for too long. hopefully we have a question and answer but how i captured intergenerational justice. our first grandchild was born he is the older child of the daughter who helped me right. when the number one was born i had a physical reaction. somehow i read calibrated physically and i now think this is part of his life now joined by three other grandchildren. fable be in there '40's 2050 that is of key year with climate. they will share the world with 9 billion others. we now have 7 billion so the fastest growth of population ever known. a world where we will definitely have severe weather shock's, big problems of food security and what will they say about us? what would they say about the de
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die because the electronics would be saturated by the energy released from the nuclear explosion. a high altitude explosion could have catastrophic effect on many satellites we rely on for weather, early warning, gps and other functions. >> dr. lu, what would that do to the astronauts on the space station? >> clearly wouldn't be good. i had the experience of being told to take shelter on board the international space station because of a large solar flare. that lasted in 2003 and happened a few times since. these levels of radiation could be much higher. >> senator cruz? staff? mr. dalbello, your company has over 50 satellites in orbit? >> right. 50 that we own. and we fly 70 some because we also fly satellites for other operators. >> how do you build the risk of these satellites into your business model. >> well, we have always planning for a fleet of that size you're always doing several things. first of all you're always building new satellites. you're always planning the launch of those satellites. this is well beyond the topic of discussion today, but launch is still a probl
timberlake? mark says prince, his musical energy has expand more. up next, on the heels of secretary kerry's surprise trip to iraq this weekend, a new book examines how the decision to get into that war compares to our entry into world war ii. [ male announcer ] you know that guy that paints landscapes and doberman pinschers, well he eats the liquid gold of velveeta shells and cheese. there is no limit to the human imagination. multidimensionality. liquid gold. eat like that guy you know. . >>> this afternoon, john kerry is in afghanistan for the first time as secretary of state. it comes after a surprise trip to iraq this week which included a meeting with prime minister noory in al maliki. they gather to celebrate the battle of nasiriyah. during the fight, 11 u.s. soldiers were killed and six were captured. ultimately, colonel bat operations in iraq lasted over eight years. about three years longer than world war ii. but unlike world war ii, the iraq war carries a tarnished legacy. we rush to war fueled by the fear of wmds and links to al qaeda. neither of which proved true. the new msnb
it comes to national defense and international relations. but that is clearly where the energy is in the republican party right now. the tea party republicans, the libertarian republican, and that is why there was so much energy and excitement around individuals like marco rubio and rand paul and it would be interesting to see how much the republican party, the establishment republican party that is very wary of the libertarian philosophy, especially when it comes to same-sex marriage, especially when it comes to international policy, and the establishment party that is wary of the tea party in many ways because of the difficulty they've had controlling their unruly tea party republican base in the house of representatives. how much they embrace these groups, that is where we'll really see how much the republican party is willing to change. >> in just about 20 minutes, they will be at the press club in washington, d.c. announcing the results of this study, so i'm sure it will be on your show, the lead with jake tapper 4:00 this afternoon. thank, jake, appreciate it. >>> lots of
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we can all produce energy more safely. bp's also committed to america. we support nearly two-hundred-fifty thousand jobs and invest more here than anywhere else. we're working to fuel america for generations to come. our commitment has never been stronger. [ male announcer ] engine light on? come to meineke now for a free code scan read and you'll say...my money. my choice. my meineke. >>> she may have been acquitted, but amanda knox's guilt is still in question and today an italian court heard prosecutors ask to retry the washington state woman for that 2007 murder of her british roommate. a decision from italy could come at anytime. of course, you have the families of the victim here, meredith kercher, they believe she should face a court again. knox was first convicted, then acquitted upon appeal. her book about the whole ordeal is just about to come out. here is knox's attorney on cnn earlier today. >> amanda, her parents and her extended family have exhibited unparalleled patience, dignity, courage, resilience, fortitude throughout this nightmarish, horrific prosecution.
. we would be wise to invest in more resilient infrastructure, n sustainible nonfossil energy sources. we as a country should rise to the challenge. the united states is not a poor impoverished nation, we are just acting like one. we should be investing as if we believe there is a future for us. the speaker pro tempore: the gentleman's time has expired. for what purpose does the gentleman from texas rise? mr. olson: mr. speaker, i ask unanimous consent to address the house for one minute and to revise and extend my remarks. the speaker pro tempore: without objection, the gentleman is recognized for one minute. mr. speaker, i rise today in strong support of the house republican budget. when a family racks up debt, it can take decades to pay off. the interest alone can add up to thousands of dollars. that's money that could be spent on braces, college tuition or bigger home. the same is true for government. ignoring our debt will force us to break promises we made to seniors and the poor. we won't be able to protect medicare, medicaid and social security for those who need it. the house
the party failed to harness the energy and enthusiasm of people who identify with the tea party? >> i do not think so. we control the house today because of the tea party. we gained because we had these new voters. i came into the republican party in 1984 from the democratic party. i was a reagan democrat. i changed, and at that time there was a lot of friction inside the party from these conservative democrats from the south and ethnic democrats in the northeast and midwest coming into the republican party, and we won. in 1994, a lot of perot voters were coming in. we'd won here we have had this tea party coming in, and there is friction, but we won the in the midterm. i think we will win again in the next midterm. i do not think friction inside a party is a sign of dynamism, and the fact is over time this friction will ease a little bit and the focus will be on how to weave when against democrats. -- how do we win against the democrats. >> if friction is good, it is overrated. i am glad that it is you all. in 1976 -- a guy crossed the finish line in the primary against reagan. the reag
to acknowledge that josh's energy, his brilliance and his commitment made this project. i wavered. josh would say, get up, brother. [laughter] and he was the key author, he was the principal author. and he laid down the tracks, i'd come in and throw in some drums, throw in, you know, a lit old of this -- a little of this, a little of that, we pushed it around. and after a while we said, hey, this is a book. so i really want to give kudos to josh who is the principal author and i am, indeed, a co-author. but a lot of it was these conversations that we had over the years in person, on the phone, hours where we worked through ideas, where we talked about how this particular history might be written. i also want to pay how many imagine to chairman seale -- homage to chairman seale here. i look forward to what he has to say. needless to say, as a genuine more than hero and thinking about how we treat people who have given their lives to better not only america, but the world, you know with, he's one of those people we need to honor. also i want to thank all the party members and fellow travelers and s
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